DT:Download | Redial Tone - DTxDC


DT:Download | Redial Tone - DTxDC

The third DT:Download feature is from a close friend of Death Techno and our label DEAD CERT. Records. Paying homage to his inclusion to these projects Redial Tone has created “DTxDC” showing the link and collaboration between the two.

The Montenegro based artist is a leading force and purveyor of the underground scene, having played alongside the likes of Jeff Mills, Oscar Mulero, Jonas Kopp and Dax J to name only a few.

His back catalogue includes music for the likes of Marcelus’ Singular, Re:Axis’ Monocline, Coeter’s Kaputt and Subsist amongst many others, proving his highly refined skill of producing timeless jams.

The track itself is a powerful shot of jackin’ analogue love, where a warm, tough and driving sound is complete with killer synth stabs and a dancefloor feel ready to do damage. Fun and serious rolled into one, we expect this to become a revered piece and ultimate DJ weapon.

> D O W N L O A D < the track exclusively from our SoundCloud page.

 

Q&A with Redial Tone

> What was the thinking behind this track and did you achieve what you set out?
Everytime I start to make a new track, I don’t have an idea of what the final product should be, but I always start from drums and basslines, and in 99% of cases, that generates a lot ideas along the way. The biggest part of this track was made for a remix I was working on, but in the end I went with a different version for release. I revisited this work in progress at a later date with a focus to finish it in a way that will best describe my Redial Tone alias and project.
 

> What tips and advice can you share to any producers on shaping their own sound?
I would advise to not follow trends, and try to make your own sound through feeling the music. It doesn’t need to be perfectly produced, but it needs to be original and authentic to you as an artist.
 

> What is your go to track at the moment by another artist?
This one has been a regular in my sets!

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